Open Call for Feedback on CPC Periodic Training for Drivers

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You are invited to participate in a survey to explore the feasibility of converting certain parts of the curriculum into a format that can be delivered in a blended learning environment (i.e., part classroom based and part online learning). Please click on this link to complete the survey CPC Driver Periodic Training Survey

RSA want to engage with as many drivers and trainers as possible to get input into what aspects of the curriculum could be suitable for adaptation and to gather views on how to improve the accessibility of the programme.

RSA wish to thank you in advance for your participation in this survey which they expect will provide valuable insight into how they can improve the training programme.

The RSA regularly reviews the Driver CPC Periodic Training to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of participants and achieves road safety objectives. As part of the National Road Safety Strategy, they have committed to improving the accessibility of Driver CPC Periodic Training. The EU Directive covering periodic training of drivers allows for member states to improve and modernise training practices with the use of technology, however it also states that a substantial amount of the required training must be carried out at an approved training centre.